Show off this design inspired by one of the most beloved contemporary artists with this watch from Projects Watches and designer Daniel Will-Harris.
Inspired by the mobiles of famed artist Alexander Calder, the Xela timepiece from designer Daniel Will-Harris celebrates the concept of kinetic artwork. The blue hour hand and red minute hand intertwine as the silver second hand constantly spins. Its yellow shape and black shape mark 12 o’clock and 6 o’clock respectively. Contemporary, colorful and playful, this watch is more than a simple timepiece—it’s a work of art.
Diameter: 40 mm
Height: 8.85 mm
Movement: Japanese Quartz
Band Size: 20 mm
Band Material: Fabric-Nato
Water-resistant up to 3 ATM
About Projects Watches: 30 years ago we started our project: To make wearable works of art – made for creators, by creators. Since then, our watches have been featured in the finest museums and shops around the world, and on the wrists of thousands of creators. We see our timepieces as a token of creative expression, and a symbol of how your creativity should always be a part of the daily experience.
About Daniel Will-Harris: A writer, actor, designer, and computer graphics pioneer, Daniel Will-Harris is truly a modern Renaissance man who literally wrote the book on computer typography and design for the internet age. Referred to as “truly unique” by the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, he has invented the EsperFonto, a system which helped create a new paradigm in typeface selection. A pioneer of print-on-demand indie publishing and the web, Will-Harris has also designed award-winning book covers, visual systems for the entertainment industry and identities for restaurants listed among the top 50 in the US.